Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. (NYSE:
ETE) owns SUN's general partner and incentive distribution rights. The Energy Transfer family of companies controls approximately 71,000 miles of pipelines, supplying major fuels throughout the country.
A career with Sunoco LP is about committing yourself to innovation, partnership and results. At Sunoco LP, we are passionate about our business, and we’re looking for people who have the drive to help us reach our goals. Minimum
Wholesale fuel distribution is our key focus at Sunoco LP. We distribute more than 10 fuel brands to approximately 9,200 convenience stores across the United States. Sunoco fuel is our premier fuel brand and is a brand built on innovation and quality. It’s well-recognized among racing enthusiasts worldwide and is the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of racing fuels, distributing gasoline to more than 500 racetracks worldwide. It’s the official fuel of NASCAR, NHRA, INDYCAR and 50 other racing series in the United States. Because of our vast network and infrastructure, we can customize our offering based on consumer demand. In addition to Sunoco fuel, we also offer Texaco, Exxon, Valero, Diamond Shamrock, Shell, Mobil, Phillips 66, Conoco, Citgo and Chevron fuel.
Responsible for oversight of five or more Fleet locations including: Fleet Supervision, Drivers, Mechanics and Transportation equipment. This position is directly responsible for the daily transportation operation including safety & security of the Fleet, expense management, administering labor agreements, utilization of transportation automation systems, insuring quality and proper handling of all products, and compliance with local, state and federal requirements.
Responsibilities include organizing, planning, controlling and directing all activities to ensure the safest , most efficient and economical manner of product distribution consistent with customer service requirements and operating goals. Preparing and administering capital and expense budgets for the respective fleets and participating in resolution of labor relations issues is a must.
This job has overall responsibility for emergency operation of assigned transportation Fleets affected by work stoppages, supply disruptions, etc. This job requires the development and implementation of new or improved safety and operating techniques for increasing operational efficiency and reducing costs within his/her area of responsibility.
The Operation Manager position requires communication with other departments such as Safety, Sales, Credit, and Central Scheduling and requires an understanding of other operating requirements, i.e., equipment specs, engineering, capital projects, etc. that impact operations.
The incumbent must be environmentally oriented and possess a good working knowledge of federal and state environmental laws and regulations, which apply to the petroleum industry in the handling and transporting of petroleum products. They must also possess a hands-on working knowledge of automation systems as existing computer operations are vital to the overall distribution effort in coordinating customer deliveries from the central scheduling organization.
Position responsible for 100 to 150 people, $20M in Expense and $250K Capital.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience
Good oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated mechanical, administrative, analytical and problem solving skills.
Business Economics, Fleet Operations, Negotiating Skills, Transportation Logistics
Special Characteristics/Job Requirements:
Position requires significant travel
Company car provided
Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet